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You can boot the system into the original RHEL 6 kernel, which might answer if your problem is only with the Oracle UEK kernel or compatibility with the installed Linux Integration Components for Windows. However, if this does not resolve your problem you may have to examine your Hyper-V installation, which is beyond the scope of this forum. If you search the web for "Hyper-V Server 2008 disk performance issues" you will find plenty of related posts and possible solutions. The solution is usually Microsoft Hyper-V related and not Linux specific.